The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
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o.) Uppttf D«i Mfttfttt Thursday, Apr!! 9, Uhsonvl . Mr and Mr 3 Doan a Jay,tff Sutnher* ifrfeft , < ttik..K&»jf n «Wj* * *"»A. «-»*»»»• iwiif • • • viinwi "v f ,fmairc;AHpnUt!r'1X J!lift.t< <-jymai Dutton Golden Wedding, April 12 Mr and Mts Melvin L. Dulton, who will obsferve ihelr gbldlen wedding anniversary wlih aii 6oen house at the Burt Methodist church Sunday, April 12, nre shown in the above photo. Hours of "the observance \vill be from 2:30 to 5 p.m. All relatives and friends are .invited to attend. Mr and Mrs Dutton have three daughters, Hazel (Mrs Glen- -Teeter), Burt; Evelyn (Mrs John Strawn), Crest View, Fla.; and Donna (Mrs Raymond Nelson), LuVerrte; and seven. grandchildren. tGlenn'? Studio Photo-TJDM Engraving). PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUJt NEWSPAPER ANHYDROUS AMMONIA 8H%NITROOEN, COST PER UNIT OP Now Is The Time For Pre-Plant Application CALL OR SEE US ABOUT THE SIMPLICITY AND ECONOMY OF APPLICATION MOR-GRO, Inc.-Algona 509 Diagonal Phone CY '4-3548 Gems From Diamond's >i \ v ,'''.'*',"' .. * * * , Lead, Zinc, and Tiianiani VVJHITE EXTERIOR PAINT Reg. "$5.50, Value „ V^,99 Father And Son Both Tonsilecfomies visited the Eddie Ei at Livenfiofe to fie% v the,nW Thursday eveftlng* ">TW J are-sisters. ' ' i Mf and Mrs Sunday 1 with their; family, Dr. and at, Charles City. •Mrs fisusie dodpef aftd 4 ijfif Codper of Sutherland Visit Thursday evehing at theMI Long home. Ht and Mrs J. D. , family of Eagle Grave . -yf; Mrs Anna Leist Sundt nuon. * , ** . Sunday dinner guests KnUt Oppedahls Mrs Harold Montandon and Gnbt 18 of Iowa Palls. The two men War buddies. ' , , Mr and Mrs Antone fidwin were accompanied byrMr and Mrs Rbbert Speich .'lind ;Kcvin of Algona to (rladbfoqje Sunday where they were-dinni* guests of Mr arid Mrs "Eugene Walstoh. Mrs Walston 1 delebfatea* a birthday April 1. Others", at the dinner were Mr and Mrs 'At* land Speich of Cedar Rapids^ d'rfd Mr and Mrs Paul Berningfiaus of Fort Dodge. • /.-; . ' Sunday dinner guests f at_tne_ , day ovfefnight and/S 'at Her* fHiflents, Jar\ I). Benson. Other. Surtfty dn net guests were Mr: ,aM'lMj$ei- vin Hehely and fatnily,v6t,Wefct Bend and frank J3ddd • 6f more City. , , ' Mrs Jacob Ryg, Jafcfc and fid Bfogsdetrdf AfgOfi* We: Saturday oversight/ aM <Stffi. vlstttrt Witfi-'Mf find MflCBB&lfey Olson- fit"- Waterl&fc Mrs^K Mrs OlsorT are' Sisters, 'v^ Jennifer tJawrt, daughter - of Mr artd Mrs Allan WathenVef Cylinder Was baptised / by Rev, Harold Mountain at' services '-al the Lutheran church Sunday. Dinner guests" at the, Watftems following the baptism I were -the Bruce watnems, Phyllis Bell, the AllaX Watnems, ' .Rev*' and Mrs Mountain, , Paul WatnenV'and; Paula Jean of Cedar Falls>Mfs Manda Mitsven , and Alton", of Bode and Mrs Louis Dippel ' of Belmond< ' ; , , , ' \ Eleven coUples 'from this munity were' guests at "a pot *luck Bernard Streit home 'wetei Gef» dinner iat the Bernard r Coyle, Outddor, Window Thermo Just ask to ,ee th« DUIIltllU OklClb IIU1IIC WCJjCl VJU1- U1I111CJ. , au IJ1U JJCiiicllU r VJUJT1G - ; , . ' , . ' i i- ' 11,,, ' < >• ''i"' lii i. ''~ i ' ' aid Streit of Whittomofe "arid honie'.at Bode Friday evening. Ronald Berkland, Mar, , b . • f •,' ;j/jf;;Cylthder,'JOWCP\'' '' C "'V L *-, ;'i i i I. mil.. ,i. —,— I..-. .a.i.aii.i.iKiii .„,,,„.,,,.„,„,.,.,,.,. ,n.i, . ,i,ti. uma, . ... i. nil, n I, ,i ! i ' .mi i „,,, inn., ,„ i , ,'».'">...''< - v T .. .»;.*;...!. ^t,.-...,! .'.:. - .'-..'./''••' Phona A-7 III Undergo 5 GALLON PAIL. *^* ,, ONLY $18.88 ^Gallon >'»C»OY COWWil" .> ' - Leaden All-Purpose,' WHJTE PAINT Perfect for fences, out 4A-39 ' " . .bujjdlno* /or primer 36 Gallon/; 5' GALLON LOTS- I'—.^.l, -$11.25 {SYMPHONY IN COLOR .'HARMONY RUBBER LATEX "' WALL PAINT m "'• f^ Dries in minutes. r Truly a beautiful paint to work with and see. . Compare '> at ,56.00. 99 Gallon SUPER BRIGHT . , RED OUTSIDE BARN PAINT 3 99 Gallon 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $19.5ol YOUR FEET A TREAT! ENGINEER BOOTS spewal for the man yrho works outdoors. Sizes' 6 *o KIPS, TOOI or ties, n'*cs oy pay mprt? you MY* your {«•* a great in ality dms shoes f or much, at Ottosen — Richard Kinseth and his, son Byron both 'had tonsillectomy at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Thursday morning. They entered the hospital Wednesday "»evening, and returned home Friday morning. Mrs Kinseth stayed those two nights at the .Roy Kinseth home at Fort Dodge. Mrs Oliver Kim Seth cared fof the Richard Kinseth children in their mother's absence. i * ' - Oliver 'Kinseth celebrated a .birthday Sunday. Int'the afternoon his family surprised him and they ^brought) five birthday cakes. Attending were 'Mr and Mrs James Barber and, family of West Bend, Mr-and Mrs Robert Naeye and' grandson, Jeffrey of Dakota City, Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug ' and family, Mr and Mrs Richard. Kinseth and family, and Mr and Mrs Mount'O. Kinseth and family of Algona. •• t Mrs Charles Ellingson , was surprised on her birthday Sunday .when Mr and Mrs Elmer Ellingson and Mr and Mrs Eiigene Holmes and family of Cedar Falls came to spend the day. Those who came Sunday evening to help her celebrate were Mr and Mrs Joe Traub *of West Bend, Mr .and Mrs Eldon .Ellingson and family of Mallard, Mr and Mrs Orville Ellingson 'and. -baby of Curlew^ Mr and Mrs Lester Johnson of Rolfe and Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellingson. • Supper guests Saturday evening at the Conrad Johnson home -were Mr and Mr John Larson of Newell, Mr and Mrs Robert Block "and Mr and Mrs Donald Larson. The occasion was for the birthdays of Donald Larson, April 3 and Mrs Rob'ert Block whose birthday was'April 6. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme took their ^daughter, Mrs Roger Madsen, who had spent a week here, to Dennison Sunday, where her husband met her, Their, home is in Blair, Neb. Mr and "Mrs Edgar Meyer and sons of Ames were Tuesday overnight visitors at the Martin Meyers, They also visited at the Ke,rmit Fowlers. Mr and Mrs Jim Frohling and family of Graettinger were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Frohlings < Mr and Mrs Sig Lovlien of Des Momes visited at the Morgan Hagen. home from Monday until WORK SHOES Tough leather retan uppers' that resists "" *' «n*j»wd with a thick, long wear- cork sole and seamless back to give rged work,shoe that will really gaff. Cushioned insole. WE HAVE WORK , FOH THE S " T MEN'S DRESS SHOES 95 UP IOWA! Leading Auto Authorities Replacement With Fresh XViir • " *" *' i—^., "V** ' ' Water and Rust Inhibitor TiOR SUMMER DRIVING UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES,SHOULD ANTI-FREEZE SOLUTION REMAIN IN THE COOLING SYSTEM DURING THE SUMMER, as its deterioration will be much" more rapid under summer driving conditions. In order to( maintain 'protection against corrosion, drain the anti-freeze solution after one winter's.'lise^ <'. , 4 ' * Reference: • NAT'L BUREAU ,OF STANDARDS NBS CIRCULAR 506 "Automotive Anti-freezes", • • * U. S. Gov't., Printing :Qffice, ( , ' Washington 25, D.C. • i , * t > f f ' For maintaining the best possible corrosion protection and cooling .efficiency the'year, around: (1) Install a completely fresh filling of anti-freeze in the fall (2) Drain'the solution, * * ^ _ si '\ T f ' f * , t- ' in the Spring (3)rAdd a dosage of summer,ru st inhibitor to a fresh filling'of water for warm weather driving. ,vV~ , • • ' „ / ' v A '•*»'•'* DRAIN ANTI-FREEZE IN THE SPRING after freezing weather is past. Flush the system thoroughly and clean if necessary, Then install a fresh filling of 'summer rust inhibitor arid -• * ^ •'>'., '' ' ' {» vyater. ^ J" ' ' ,, ' ' ''"'•', Reference: AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR , , , TESTING MATERIALS BOOKLET 1 • , '.' ."Selection and Use of Engine-Anti- Freezes" ' - 1 ,1,916 Race ; Road, -Philadplphia 3, :Pa.<? Reference: • k / • ,->, .,, -, ;•„ SOC/ETY Of AUTOMOTIVE ?, ENGINEERS MANUAL " ; "Maintenance', of Automotive Engine Cooling Systems" 29 West 39th Street, New York 18 ,-* •• i , '! t Cooling System Care Always Pays '' ' ., J !''*>" v '^ ''"' ! ' ' ' ' *!',"< ,' ' ' . • ' ' * ! -, v ' V ; i> ( • j . 4 ,. ' ,. ' ", t i i • » 'Mi* ','-;>' : , ., • .; ';^''.^, •, • ' •-, • ... h ' . '' * fi>$ A SERVICE TO AU AUTOMQBlii OWNIRS THIS;MESSIAQEJS SPONSORED BY S. St. $, ' ,,'__ /yj''.. Authori?ed Poolers F er l^ Copling iy|tfm frSY9n»etly» Me|ntfnan?t System * f "* , " <„ J " J'. ,' ' ^ /'**" \, ' . t \ I CY 4,847!

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